With eBill, you no longer receive your invoices by mail or e-mail but direct in your e-banking – where you can also pay them. With just a few clicks, you can check and pay with full control over all transactions.
Over 2.7 million Swiss invoice recipients currently use eBill. Make it easier for yourself and register for eBill here.
If you enter the eBill competition and luck is on your side, then you also have the chance to win some great prizes. Both new and existing eBill users can take part. It's worth taking part!
Starts from November 1, 2023 and lasts until January 31, 2024.
Log into your bank’s e-banking service as usual.
Select “eBill” in the navigation and activate the service.
You can now select invoice issuers from whom you wish to receive invoices via eBill.
Would you like to know how eBill works? The eBill Demo Portal now gives you the opportunity to try out the platform. From standing approvals to payment in installments, all functions are integrated and can be run through.
eBill Donations is an enhanced function of eBill with which you can conveniently organize donation requests. What can be done for invoices in just a few clicks is now also possible for donations.
With eBill, you can pay your invoices digitally in a simple and environmentally friendly way. Here you can discover more about eBill and how you can benefit from its advantages.
Invoice issuers from whom you wish to receive invoices in the future can send you eBill invoices without prior subscription. You can see how to activate the function in the new explanatory video.
Payments are sent error-free and reliably – with significantly less effort than with conventional invoices.
eBill offers 100% security in payment transactions – only trustworthy invoices are sent.
Invoices are received digitally and paid in just a few clicks.
Full control and transparent overview of payments – anytime and from anywhere.
Thanks to a digital invoicing process, paper consumption is significantly reduced.
From the registration process to “Adding invoice issuers” though to the various eBill functions: the visual Quickguide is a step-by-step, practical guide to the eBill portal for users.
eBill is a service from SIX. The infrastructure for processing eBill is operated by SIX on behalf of the Swiss banks. eBill is offered by numerous invoice issuers (corporations, SMEs and public administration bodies).
The eBill invoices you receive contain the information needed to make the payment, such as the name of the invoice issuer, the amount and the due date, as well as a PDF version of the invoice. The PDF can be downloaded for at least 730 days after the due date.
It is free of charge to receive eBill invoices via e-banking.
With direct debit, invoice issuers debit the charges directly to an account that you have predefined in the debit authorization. When you use direct debit with right of objection, you are able to dispute any charges debited within a specified period.
You receive eBill invoices directly via your bank’s e-banking solution. You decide whether and when you pay the invoice and therefore have complete control over the process. You can set up automatic approval for your eBill invoices, if you wish.
When completing the registration form, make sure you have your personal details such as your customer number to hand.
You receive eBill invoices securely and directly in e-banking. All you need to do is check them and approve them for payment directly online.
You receive e-mail bills to your e-mail inbox. To pay an e-mail bill, you have to enter details on the payment recipient and the long reference number in e-banking.
Yes, the eBill Portal meets the specific requirements for accessibility for people with visual, auditory, motor and cognitive limitation and has been certified as such (AA+) by “Access for all,” an independent certification authority for accessible websites and web apps in Switzerland.
Digitalize your invoicing with eBill. Send invoices directly and securely to your customers’ e-banking.
More about the background of eBill and the digitalization of payments.
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